Ok, this may seem a bit odd, but I was wondering if there were any laws about whether a pharmacy can change your pills (who they get them from) without first notifying you. Here's the deal; I go to the local pharmacy here in town to get my prescriptions filled. But lately they have been making me wonder. I have to take iron pills since I'm pregnant and anemic. The first pills they gave me were small red ones. Then after a few refills, they gave me big red pills. Now today after getting it refilled, I now have a bottle of big blue pills. Every time, the pills do not have imprints. Can a pharmacy do that to it's patients/customers? Switch between manufacturers? This isn't the first time they've done this to me. Before I got pregnant I had to take sucralfate for stomach problems. The pharmacy at first gave me white pills. Then later on, switched them to blue pills that did not work the same. As far as I "know", the pills are all the same BUT are they allowed to change them on me like that? I have never had this problem with companies like Walmart. I'm guessing since it's a local pharmacy they are trying to get the cheapest pills possible. Tomorrow I'm transferring my prescriptions to Walmart. I may have to drive a ways to get there, but at least I'll have peace of mind.